Sat Jun 28 12:14:23 CEST 2003
> As a red hat user, I am having a great deal of difficulty installing
> any software that does not come pre-packaged as an RPM archive. Are
> there any versions of Scribus that come in such a package? (I've
> probably asked this very question before -- if so, I hope you will
> remind me).
There is an unofficial RPM version available, but when the magic 1.0 is
reached, an RPM version should be available from the main scribus site.
> Also, assuming I ever get Scribus installed, how do you add a font to
> the list of fonts available to Scribus' desktop?
Install the font as you would normally and restart Scribus - it should
be available then.
> Finally, which picture formats does Scribus support, both internally
> and for conversion to PDF for both print and stand-alone display?
Import supports tiff, jpg, gif , SVG. Once they are loaded into the
document, they are available for saving as PDF, printing and standalone
 this assumes that you have libjpeg, libtiff and libgif available for
Scribus to use.
The world is throwing away oppressive regimes
Which don't allow people to choose.
Wars are fought to topple these people.
Yet the folks who do this, still use Windows.
Double standards or not understanding why they did it?
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